The last real Janes' Addiction album. By this time in their history, the band could not stand each other, so they recorded each of their parts separately. The only track they recorded together at the same time was "Three Days." Coincidentally, this song is known as Jane's finest moment, an updated "Stairway to Heaven." Imagine if they had recorded the rest of the album together. The cream of this album is definitely the second half, set off by the salvo of "Three Days," "Then She Did," "Of Course," and "Classic Girl" form one of most pleasing triplets of songs, a comedown from the heights of "Days." Also includes: "Stop," "No One's Leaving," "Ain't No Right," "Obvious," "Been Caught Stealing."
- clear translucent pearl colored double vinyl pressing
- 30th anniversary edition
- printed insert
- limited edition
- music label: Warner Records 2020
reviewed by the mgmnt 10/2005
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